ZeOmega Client Conference 2019








Zubin Damania, MD

Internist and Founder
ZDoggMD Industries

Keynote Session Presentation: Healthcare Remixed 

Best known by his viral alter ego, ZDoggMD, Dr. Zubin Damania uses a mix of music, humor, and creative storytelling to deliver a high-energy and entertaining presentation about today’s dysfunctional healthcare system and collaborative ways to revitalize it. Dr. Damania examines how we can all work to build Health 3.0, an ideal model of care where technology and evidence-based medicine seamlessly support healthcare teams in achieving the outcomes that actually matter to our patients, while improving the wellbeing of the caregivers themselves.


Zubin Damania, MD, is an internist and founder of Turntable Health, an innovative healthcare clinic that was part of an ambitious urban revitalization movement in Las Vegas spearheaded by Zappos.com CEO Tony Hsieh. During his decade-long career as a hospitalist at Stanford, Dr. Damania began a shadow career under the pseudonym ZDoggMD performing stand-up comedy and creating parody videos for medical audiences worldwide. He subsequently founded ZDoggMD Industries, the digital production studio behind the Internet’s #1 medical news and entertainment show, Incident Report LIVE. Reaching millions of viewers weekly, Dr. Damania leads a passionate tribe of healthcare professionals towards a vision of Health 3.0, with in-depth interviews of medical thought leaders mixed with merciless satire and hilarious takedowns of popular pseudoscience. His videos and live shows have gone epidemically viral with over half a billion views on Facebook and YouTube.









Dr. Song

Keynote Session Presentation: Provider Payment Policy Heading Into 2020


Dr. Song is an assistant professor of health care policy and medicine at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. As a physician and health economist, his work focuses on healthcare spending and quality under alternative payment models, the impact of Medicare payment policies on provider behavior, and the economics of Medicare Advantage. He co-directs the course in health policy for Partners Healthcare trainees and the Executive Education course on employee health benefits purchasing for Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Song has worked on Medicare policy in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. He has also served as a Visiting Fellow at the Health Policy Commission for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and on the Task Force on Health Care Reform for the Massachusetts Medical Society.

Dr. Song is a recipient of the AcademyHealth Article-of-the-Year award, Daniel Ford Award for health services and outcomes research from Johns Hopkins, and the Seema Sonnad Emerging Leader in Managed Care Research Award from the American Journal of Managed Care. He was also a member of the Forbes 30 Under 30 in Science and Healthcare. He has received teaching awards from Harvard Medical School and Harvard University.


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